Steve Freeman College of Business Student Support Fund


Type

General Endowment

Value

$146,547 (2021)

Year Established

2002

Purpose

Support student activities and projects as well as provide scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. (GF000173)

Description

Recipients must be full-time students in good academic standing within the School of Management; complete a paper on contemporary ethics; offered to freshman, sophomores, and juniors; selected by a committee of the Dean, the Associate Dean, faculty and the School of Management, and members of the local business community; the committee can request a personal interview.


History

Steve Freeman, current member of the Board of Trustees at Florida Tech, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and an MBA from Florida Tech, in 1990 and 1992, respectively. While in college, he was also part of the soccer team that won the NCAA Division II national title.

His professional career started as a Financial Advisor at A.G. Edwards & Sons, where he served for seven years. Then, it continued at Merril Lynch for two years where he was a Producing Branch Manager, and, since 2001 until now, he’s been working at Morgan Stanley where he is the current Executive Director – Complex Manager.

Aside from his professional career, Steve still is actively involved in competitive sports and still plays soccer, run marathons, and works out. He assures that competitive sports are what helped him “to understand the value of teamwork and a competitive spirit.”